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Queen's Gate, Kensington and Chelsea

Area insights about High Street Kensington Underground Station, London

Income

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Wealthy area 10/10

Non-deprived area

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Deprivation level 2/10

Professional occupations

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Average % of managerial, administrative, and professional occupations 5/10

Residents with degrees

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High % of residents are degree-educated or similar 7/10

Crime

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High crime rate 7/10

Demographics

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Main ethnic group
Other White 62%
Main religion
Christian 65%
Main age band
Aged 20 to 39 53%
Main household type
Multiple families or unrelated people 57%
Immediate area
Average for London

Noise

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Noise issues are identified

  • Bars, pubs, clubs
  • Road Traffic Noise

Transport

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Good connectivity to public transport 8/9

Amenities within 0.5 miles

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Food stores 10+

  • Marks & Spencer
    95 yards
    Supermarket
  • Whole Foods Market
    0.1 miles
    Supermarket
  • La Mart
    0.2 miles
    Supermarket

Schools

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Air quality

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Air quality doesn’t meet EU standards

Classification

European Enclaves (Smaller area)

Many residents of these accessible neighbourhoods have wide-ranging non-UK European origins. Typically residing in privately rented flats, many residents live alone and are beyond normal retirement age. There are more students than elsewhere in the Supergroup, some of which live in communal establishments. Household residents are often drawn from different ethnic groups.

Professional Employment and Family Lifecycles (Wider area)

These London neighbourhood residents are predominantly White, educated and secular. Many are employed in professional occupations and live in owned or private rented sector terraced houses.

These neighbourhoods house people of all ages, predominantly of White British or European extraction. Resident turnover is low. Religious affiliation is less common than average and tends to be Christian if expressed. Homeownership, typically of terraced houses, is common but use of the social rented sector is not. Employment is typically in professional, managerial and associate professional or technical occupations. There are few full-time students. Level 4 qualifications are common. More households lack dependent children than have them which, considered alongside low levels of crowding and over-all age structure, indicates that many households may be post child-rearing and in late middle age. Incidence of disability is low, as is residence in communal establishments.

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